Edited by Textuel Editions, This book is the result of a jubilant collaboration: director Lee Shulman, creator of The Anonymous Project, asked Senegalese self-portraitist Omar Victor Diop to slip into the anonymous photographs in his collection of American slides from the 1950s and 1960s. These are images of ordinary celebrations, mainly of privileged white middle-class families sitting down to celebrate a birthday, at the beach, in the middle of a barbecue or in front of their gleaming bungalow. In this way, Diop enters worlds to which he was not invited, in the context of post-war segregationist America, as if he had always been part of the setting. Shulman and Diop offer a new way of stirring minds and questioning representations, with humour. Their performance acts as an eye-opener.  here

Deja View - Martin Parr & The Anonymous Project

Edited by Textuel Editions ,This book is a playful conversation between two important bodies of photographic work. Each spread of Déjà View pairs one of Martin Parr’s iconic snapshots with an image from The Anonymous Project’s collection of found amateur photographs taken between the 1950s and 80s. Available here 


Edited by The Anonymoius Project. Very limitd editon of 100 for the exhibiton. A laparello uniquelly made for this unique event combining images from the collection to create a unique single horizon of land and sea. SOLD OUT 

On The Road

Edited by Mini Hoxton Press. Take a journey along the highways of midcentury Europe and America. These enigmatic and entirely anonymous colour slides, shot between the 40s and 70s, capture vintage cars, family road trips, unplanned pit stops and endless vistas, conjuring the timeless exhilaration of the great open road. here
When we were young

When We Were Young

Edited by Mini Hoxton Press. Red brick houses, football in the park, trips to the sea-side and a cool pint on a summers day, When We Were Young is a comprehensive journey through the UK part of the collection. Available here

Mid-Century Memories, Lee Shulman

Edited by Taschen and named The Times Photography Book of the Year, Mid-century Memories is a comprehensive journey through the collection. Forward by Richard B Woodward and interview with the founder Lee Shulman. Available here

The House

By Lee Shulman Edited by Textuel with the kind participation of the Agnes B Foundation & PICTO The House is the book that acompanied the exhibition in Alres and is an immersive look around the themes in the collection that make up family life. Often funny, moving and suprising, this is a unique look at life around the home. Forward by Natacha Wolinski. Available online here
Arnaud Cathrine

Andrew Est Plus Beau Que Toi, Arnaud Cathrine + The Anonymous Project

(French Only) Edited by Flammarion
Collaboration with french author Arnaud Cathrine. Tells the tale of two brothers from California growing up together and taking two very different paths. Illustrated by The Anonymouis Project. Available online here
Justine Levy

Histoire de Familles, Justine Levy + The Anonymous Project

(French Only) Edited by Flammarion
Moments of family life from the collection given new meaning by the sharp and acrid pen of Justine Levy. Funny, bizarre and somes quite dark, these are snippets of life unadulterated and observed through the eyes of one of France's best writers. Available online here